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Son of Dan Marino arrested, charged with DUI in Broward County

Michael Marino, the son of Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino, was arrested at 1:30 a.m. Friday in Fort Lauderdale and charged with DUI.  Marino, 30, was stopped less than a half mile from his home while driving a 2016 Ford SUV. He had a blood alcohol level of .208 and .210, well past the legal limit of .08, according to the arrest report obtained by the Miami Herald.  He posted...
Miami Dolphins’ Adam Gase: ‘We’re counting on Kenyan Drake’

Miami Dolphins’ Adam Gase: ‘We’re counting on Kenyan Drake’

A defensive tackle named Gabe Wright, who few people outside of Auburn, Alabama and maybe in Wright’s circle of family and friends knows, was officially tossed off the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday. Wright took a swing at Kenyan Drake, a running back with Pro Bowl upside, in Monday’s practice. This was a poor decision on Wright’s part. And Dolphins coach Adam Gase has spoken with Drake...
Miami Dolphins’ Albert Wilson: How I get separation and make ‘em miss

Miami Dolphins’ Albert Wilson: How I get separation and make ‘em miss

Albert Wilson may not be a first-team wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins, but he’s been first in the NFL in two intriguing categories. Miami gave Wilson a 3-year, $24 million contract in part because he’s: • First in the NFL in yards of separation (4.1) between receiver and defender on passing targets in 2017. (Next Gen Stats). • First in the NFL in missed tackles per reception...
Dolphins CB Xavien Howard continues building toward breakout 2018 season

Dolphins CB Xavien Howard continues building toward breakout 2018 season

This should be the Year of Xavien Howard. It’s possible no Dolphins player has looked better at his job this preseason than Howard, who has established himself as their unquestioned No. 1 cornerback. He was promising as a rookie, showed signs of catching on last year and now he seems like he’s on the cusp of something big. “I’m just so excited and ready to go,” he said...
BREAKING: DeVante Parker of Miami Dolphins has broken finger

BREAKING: DeVante Parker of Miami Dolphins has broken finger

Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker has broken the middle finger on his right hand, according to a source. Parker is hopeful to be able to play in the season opener, but it could take weeks to heal. One estimation for recovery is four weeks; which would be right around the September 9 opener against Tennessee. Parker and Kenny Stills (ankle) have missed practice time this week. If neither...
What Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase just said

What Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase just said

Here is some of what Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Tuesday: • The end of training camp really just means veteran guys can sleep at home. Last year practicing at Philly was a different deal. This is a more routine preseason setup. • It’s going to take a little time, the next couple weeks at least, to really define the identity of the team. Still time to sort out starters. • This...
Miami Dolphins: We rank the new food offerings for this NFL season at the Hard Rock Stadium

Miami Dolphins: We rank the new food offerings for this NFL season at the Hard Rock Stadium

Football is upon us again, and with the Dolphins coming off a 6-10 season, there are no promises that what fans see on the field won’t cause further indigestion. In the concourses? That’s another story. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross coughed up a half-billion to renovate Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens and he’s not done, having just announced a football training facility on...
Miami Dolphins releasing Gabe Wright after practice dustup with Kenyan Drake

Miami Dolphins releasing Gabe Wright after practice dustup with Kenyan Drake

The Miami Dolphins are releasing defensive tackle Gabe Wright after he went after running back Kenyan Drake during a practice dustup on Monday, according to a league source. Wright played one game for the Dolphins last season and had an outside chance to make the roster as a depth player. There were several scuffles at Dolphins practice but at one point a helmetless Kenyan Drake seemed stunned after...
Miami Dolphins move Bobby McCain to outside corner (for at least a day)

Miami Dolphins move Bobby McCain to outside corner (for at least a day)

The Miami Dolphins made Bobby McCain the highest-paid nickel corner in the NFL this offseason, with a 4-year, $27 million deal. On Thursday, they moved McCain to outside corner. This is not to say that McCain will stay there. Of course, it’s a reflection of McCain’s versatility and his ability to do so in a pinch. But — if the Dolphins don’t come up with a better option...
Miami Dolphins part ways with Papa John’s, have new pizza vendor at stadium

Miami Dolphins part ways with Papa John’s, have new pizza vendor at stadium

Don’t bother looking for Papa John’s pizza at Hard Rock Stadium this season. The Dolphins have joined a long list of sports teams and organizations severing ties with the pizza company. A source said the Dolphins made their decision before founder John Schnatter triggered a national controversy by using a racial slur during a media training call in May. The contract between the Dolphins...
Miami Dolphins to build ‘best-in-class’ training facility for $75M in Miami Gardens

Miami Dolphins to build ‘best-in-class’ training facility for $75M in Miami Gardens

The “Davie” datelines attached to stories about the Miami Dolphins soon will disappear. The Dolphins confirmed Tuesday that they’re moving their training facility from Nova Southeastern University to the grounds of Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, possibly as soon as the 2020 season. Tom Garfinkel, vice chairman and CEO of the Dolphins, confirmed the project, which has long been...
BREAKING: Miami Dolphins moving training facility to Miami Gardens

BREAKING: Miami Dolphins moving training facility to Miami Gardens

The Miami Dolphins will move their training facility to Miami Gardens as early as 2020, Hal Habib reports from the scene on Tuesday. Dolphins chief executive officer Tom Garfinkel said the training facility will be on the northwest side of Hard Rock Stadium. He added the facility will cost about $75 to $80 million. The Dolphins now train at Nova Southeastern University in Davie. But despite improvements...
Dolphins head into preseason opener with no national anthem policy

Dolphins head into preseason opener with no national anthem policy

The Miami Dolphins have been among the most prominent teams in the NFL’s controversy over players protesting racial inequality by demonstrating during the national anthem, and that story will continue in Thursday’s preseason opener against Tampa Bay. The league laid down a policy in the spring that requires players to stand for the anthem or remain in off the field, but those rules are...
Miami Dolphins: Can RB Jeremy Langford contribute?

Miami Dolphins: Can RB Jeremy Langford contribute?

The Dolphins added to an already deep stable of running backs on Monday, signing running back Jeremy Langford. The Dolphins already have Kenyan Drake and Frank Gore as capable rotational backs, but Langford provides some depth to compete with rookie Kalen Ballage and veteran Senorise Perry. Ballage is strong and fast but may need some time to gain the trust of the coaching staff. It’s possible...
Dolphins G Josh Sitton on brink of parting with signature beard, hair in South Florida heat

Dolphins G Josh Sitton on brink of parting with signature beard, hair in South Florida heat

New Dolphins left guard Josh Sitton is the easiest player to find on the practice field. Not only is he a gigantic human being at 6-foot-3, 320 pounds, he’s also got a big beard and long locks flowing out of the back of his helmet. He might need to give up his signature look. Sitton has been weighing a shave and haircut since he first took the field for Organized Team Activities because of how...
Newsflash! Here’s where you can now find our latest Miami Dolphins content

Newsflash! Here’s where you can now find our latest Miami Dolphins content

Coach Adam Gase and quarterback Ryan Tannehill are enthused about the Palm Beach Post’s plan for Miami Dolphins content. They know where to click. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images) It’s not that we don’t love this space, it’s just, we’ve found something that better suits our needs. And, we think, yours too. This is important, so please pay attention:...
Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 6 updates

Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 6 updates

Kenyan Drake and the Dolphins have one more stretch of practices before the preseason begins. (Getty Images) DAVIE — The Dolphins are beginning their second stretch of training camp practices this morning and will go four straight days before taking another break. The preseason begins Aug. 9 with a home game against Tampa Bay. In the meantime, here are some updates from today&rsquo...
What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Monday (Day 5 of training camp)

What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Monday (Day 5 of training camp)

Adam Gase and the Dolphins will take a day off Tuesday after five straight days of training camp. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — The Dolphins held their first fully padded practice of training camp this morning, but it didn’t go completely as planned. About a half-hour into their work, the team was forced to shift into the practice bubble because of lightning in the area...
Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 4 updates

Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 4 updates

Jerome Baker and the Dolphins got a break from the heat today. (Allen Eyestone / The Post) DAVIE — The Dolphins are enjoying a more pleasant morning of training camp today thanks to some cloud cover, and if it starts raining they’ll shift over to the air-conditioned practice bubble. They’re still in shoulder pads, with Monday’s practice like to be the first one...
What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Saturday (Day 3 of training camp)

What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Saturday (Day 3 of training camp)

The Dolphins had their first padded practice of training camp today. (AP) DAVIE — The Dolphins are step closer to being ready for the upcoming season after putting on shoulder pads for this morning’s training camp practice. There were minimal injury issues, which continues a good run for Miami. Backup offensive lineman Jake Brendel remains out with a calf injury...
Renewed DE Charles Harris ready to shine for Miami Dolphins

Renewed DE Charles Harris ready to shine for Miami Dolphins

Charles Harris feels ready to max out his second season. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — Charles Harris feels like a new man heading into his second season with the Dolphins, and it’s clear just by looking at his face that something is different. After being selected No. 22 in last year’s draft, the transition to the NFL left Harris dazed at times. He had gone from...
Hit and miss: Which Jordan Phillips are the Dolphins getting in 2018?

Hit and miss: Which Jordan Phillips are the Dolphins getting in 2018?

Jordan Phillips has a bg opportunity in a contract year. Getty Images) There’s been very little questioning of Jordan Phillips’ talent, but his actual performance has been up and down since the Dolphins drafted him in the second round in 2015. They expected more from a player selected No. 52 overall, but it’s been difficult to predict what he’ll give...
Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 2 updates

Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 2 updates

Adam Gase and DeVante Parker were back on the field for Day 2 of training camp. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — It’s another rough morning for practice as the Dolphins hit the field for Day 2 of training camp. Adam Gase called Thursday’s session possibly the hottest he’s endured since taking the job, and today figures to be just as bad with the temperature ...
How can Dolphins be sure Danny Amendola, Frank Gore have something left?

How can Dolphins be sure Danny Amendola, Frank Gore have something left?

Danny Amendola is charged with being a reliable slot receiver in his 10th season. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — The Dolphins have brought in a handful of longtime veterans over the past two years who proved to be way too far past their prime. Mario Williams was a useless signing in 2016, Arian Foster wasn’t much better, and last year’s additions of Julius...
Miami Dolphins QB David Fales eyes career-changing opportunity

Miami Dolphins QB David Fales eyes career-changing opportunity

David Fales appears to be the favorite to win Miami’s backup quarterback job. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — Journeyman quarterback David Fales has gone into every season believing he had a chance to make a team’s roster, but he’s never been as well set up for it as he is now. This is his third year with Dolphins coach Adam Gase and he’s been...
NFL national anthem policy: Kenny Stills, Robert Quinn want free speech

NFL national anthem policy: Kenny Stills, Robert Quinn want free speech

Kenny Stills wants the NFL to have no policy on the national anthem. (AP) DAVIE — The simplest and most ideal solution Kenny Stills is offering amid the NFL’s national anthem policy debate is to get rid of it altogether. The league and the NFLPA are discussing revisions to the rules the owners enacted in March, and the mandate for players to stand or stay out of...
NFL national anthem policy: Adam Gase doesn’t envision suspensions

NFL national anthem policy: Adam Gase doesn’t envision suspensions

Dolphins players Kenny Stills, Michael Thomas and Julius Thomas wait in the tunnel during the anthem before an October 2017 game. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — As the NFL’s national anthem policy remains uncertain, Dolphins coach Adam Gase can’t foresee any player missing games as a punishment for violating whatever rule the league implements. Gase...
What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Thursday (training camp)

What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Thursday (training camp)

Adam Gase is launching his third season. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — The Dolphins opened training camp with a two-hour practice in the sweltering heat, and they’re moving toward the upcoming season confident that they can upend their underdog perception. The best news for Miami is that every player reported on time and was healthy enough for the first practice...
Miami Dolphins’ new cast of skill players starts strong in training camp

Miami Dolphins’ new cast of skill players starts strong in training camp

Ryan Tannehill is back as the Dolphins’ starting quarterback. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — Adam Gase believes the Dolphins have an ideal mix of skill players in the passing game this year and the right quarterbacks to make the most of that group. After about four months of formal and informal workouts together, that element of the offense looked sharp on the...
Five problems the Miami Dolphins need to solve in training camp

Five problems the Miami Dolphins need to solve in training camp

Kenyan Drake needs to be a Pro Bowl-caliber running back this season. (Getty Images) As much as Dolphins coach Adam Gase loves his roster, he’s repeatedly painted it as a work in progress. There’s still plenty to figure out personnel-wise, and that process kicks into high gear when training camp opens Thursday morning. As Gase approaches the start of a critical...
Miami Dolphins rookie LB Mike McCray, a favorite of Stephen Ross, retires before training camp

Miami Dolphins rookie LB Mike McCray, a favorite of Stephen Ross, retires before training camp

McCray ended his NFL career before it really got going. (Getty Images) It’s always surprising to see a young player retire from football, but the recent decision by Dolphins rookie Mike McCray was especially unusual considering he was headed into training camp with a realistic chance of making the roster at linebacker. McCray, a 23-year-old who shined at Michigan before...
Former Dolphins coach Tony Sparano dies unexpectedly at age 56

Former Dolphins coach Tony Sparano dies unexpectedly at age 56

Maybe it was because he was playing with house money. Maybe it was the faith he had in his players. Whatever the case, Tony Sparano had countless reasons to toss his “Wildcat” formation in the trash the morning of Sept. 21, 2008. But he chose not to. And today, the Miami Dolphins and their fans remain grateful. Sparano was remembered Sunday when it was learned that the former Dolphins...
Miami Dolphins owner: No decision on anthem protest discipline

Miami Dolphins owner: No decision on anthem protest discipline

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross felt a need to publicly clarify the franchise’s stance on potential punishments for any on-field protest of the national anthem. “We haven’t made a decision on what we would do, if anything, at that point,” Ross said in a statement released by the Dolphins on Friday. It was first revealed by the Associated Press on Thursday that the Dolphins...
Miami Dolphins could suspend kneeling players; but policy not finalized

Miami Dolphins could suspend kneeling players; but policy not finalized

Miami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the national anthem this season could be suspended up to four games, according to a team policy submitted to the NFL. However, a team source said Thursday that the issue would be addressed during the season and that all options are still on the table. All teams needed to submit a policy as part of a broader detrimental conduct guideline, before...
Jason Taylor, Sam Madison bullish on Dolphins’ chances with Ryan Tannehill at QB

Jason Taylor, Sam Madison bullish on Dolphins’ chances with Ryan Tannehill at QB

Former Dolphin Jason Taylor speaks at Pierson Park in Wellington, Florida on July 17, 2018. The Western Communities Football League is hosting the WCFL Tackle Football Showcase July 17th – 19th at the WCFL Football Fields in Pierson Park, Wellington. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post) WELLINGTON – Make sure not to count former Dolphins cornerback Sam Madison...
Miami Dolphins: What they’re now worth is eye-opening

Miami Dolphins: What they’re now worth is eye-opening

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross after win over the Texans at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on October 25, 2015. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post) The Miami Dolphins are the 25th-most valuable sports franchise in the world, according to Forbes. The Dolphins are worth $2.575 billion, which outranks some other notable franchises such as the...
Will changing dynamics of Miami Dolphins receivers be a jolt for DeVante Parker’s career?

Will changing dynamics of Miami Dolphins receivers be a jolt for DeVante Parker’s career?

DeVante Parker has yet to live up to his draft slot. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) (Note: This continues a series in Daily Dolphin spotlighting members of the team individually. In addition to reliving highlights and lowlights of the past season for each, we’ll provide analysis and criticism, plus take a look at how each player fits — or doesn&rsquo...
Don’t be so fast to typecast Miami Dolphins’ Jakeem Grant as only a track guy in cleats

Don’t be so fast to typecast Miami Dolphins’ Jakeem Grant as only a track guy in cleats

Dolphins receiver Jakeem Grant breaks a tackle by inside linebacker Reggie Ragland of the Chiefs en route to a 65-yard touchdown in December. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images) (Note: This continues a series in Daily Dolphin spotlighting members of the team individually. In addition to reliving highlights and lowlights of the past season for each, we’ll...
Miami Dolphins’ fortunes revolve around Ryan Tannehill’s knee, putting heat on ‘new person’ Laremy Tunsil

Miami Dolphins’ fortunes revolve around Ryan Tannehill’s knee, putting heat on ‘new person’ Laremy Tunsil

Laremy Tunsil ‘played like a rookie’ in his first season at left tackle, one Dolphins coach said. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) (Note: This continues a series in Daily Dolphin spotlighting members of the team individually. In addition to reliving highlights and lowlights of the past season for each, we’ll provide analysis and criticism...
Frank Gore will be 35, but here’s why Miami Dolphins don’t really care

Frank Gore will be 35, but here’s why Miami Dolphins don’t really care

Ex-Hurricane Frank Gore, then with the Indianapolis Colts, runs against the Dolphins. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) (Note: This continues a series in Daily Dolphin spotlighting members of the team individually. In addition to reliving highlights and lowlights of the past season for each, we’ll provide analysis and criticism, plus take a look at how each player fits...
Miami Dolphins DT Jordan Phillips wants to be elite. How close is he?

Miami Dolphins DT Jordan Phillips wants to be elite. How close is he?

Dolphins defensive tackle Jordan Phillips. (Note: This continues a series in Daily Dolphin spotlighting members of the team individually. In addition to reliving highlights and lowlights of the past season for each, we’ll provide analysis and criticism, plus take a look at how each player fits — or doesn’t fit — into the team’s...
Miami Dolphins’ T.J. McDonald could benefit from ‘stress-free’ training camp

Miami Dolphins’ T.J. McDonald could benefit from ‘stress-free’ training camp

Dolphins safety T.J. McDonald celebrates after a stop on Dion Lewis of the Patriots. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images) (Note: This continues a series in Daily Dolphin spotlighting members of the team individually. In addition to reliving highlights and lowlights of the past season for each, we’ll provide analysis and criticism, plus take a look at how each player fits...
It’s Cordrea Tankersley’s job to lose — but what if Tony Lippett gets healthy for Miami Dolphins?

It’s Cordrea Tankersley’s job to lose — but what if Tony Lippett gets healthy for Miami Dolphins?

Dolphins cornerback Cordrea Tankersley deflects a pass away from Atlanta’s Austin Hooper, which resulted in a Reshad Jones interception to seal a win for Miami. (Charles Trainor Jr./Miami Herald/TNS) (Note: This continues a series in Daily Dolphin spotlighting members of the team individually. In addition to reliving highlights and lowlights of the past...
Ex-Dolphins Jason Taylor, Sam Madison stress safe way to play football

Ex-Dolphins Jason Taylor, Sam Madison stress safe way to play football

St. Thomas Aquinas assistant coach Reggie Harris is bringing out the stars for his youth camp on player safety this week. Former Miami Dolphins icons Jason Taylor and Sam Madison will join Harris as coaches this week at the Western Communities Football Tackle Football Showcase at Pierson Park in Wellington. The three-day camp, which begins on Tuesday and is open for players ages 5-15, will include...
NFL Players Association files grievance over anthem policy

NFL Players Association files grievance over anthem policy

The NFL Players Association announced Tuesday that it has filed a grievance against the league’s national anthem policy, which was put in place in May. NFL owners approved the policy May 23. Under it, individual teams will have the ability to fine players and other personnel who do not stand and “show respect for the flag and the Anthem.” >> Read more trending news ...
Body found at New Jersey home of former Pahokee football star Janoris Jenkins

Body found at New Jersey home of former Pahokee football star Janoris Jenkins

Authorities are conducting a death investigation at the New Jersey home of New York Giants and former Pahokee High football standout Janoris Jenkins, according to multiple published reports.  A man’s body was found Tuesday morning at Jenkins’ home in Fair Lawn, N.J., TMZ Sports reported.  Jenkins has been in Florida and was not at the home when the body was discovered, TMZ...
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